Big Creek Reservation

Middleburg Heights, Ohio 44130
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Big Creek Reservation–Beyers Pond
Coordinates: 41.3553056, -81.8393201
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Big Creek Reservation–Fern Hill Picnic Area
Coordinates: 41.4139177, -81.7546669
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Big Creek Reservation–Fowles Marsh
Coordinates: 41.3640332, -81.8290461
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Big Creek Reservation–Lake Abram
Coordinates: 41.3814758, -81.837704
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Big Creek Reservation–Lake Isaac
Coordinates: 41.3570331, -81.8243694
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Big Creek Reservation–Memphis Ave. Section
Coordinates: 41.4430963, -81.7554581
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Big Creek Reservation–Snow Rd. Picnic Area
Coordinates: 41.4014425, -81.7585554
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Ohio Birding Day Hike: Big Creek Reservation Trails

About Big Creek Reservation
A major component of Big Creek Reservation is Big Creek Parkway, a refreshing alternative to the standard suburban commuter routes to Cleveland. The reservation runs parallel to Pearl Road from Valley Parkway to Brookpark Road and is located in Brooklyn, Parma, Parma Heights, Middleburg Heights, and Strongsville.

Undoubtedly the highlight of the reservation is Lake Isaac. Classified as a “glacial pothole” created thousands of years ago, the lake can attract migrant waterfowl and shorebirds. A hiking trail follows the northern side of the lake and passes through marshes, a floodplain, pine plantation, woodlands, and an orchard. The surrounding land is a wildlife sanctuary and home to foxes, mink, deer, opossum, and countless other animals. It is one of the most active wildlife corridors in Cuyahoga County.
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